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Temperatures

Postby Jld260191 » Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:48 pm

Is 35 range to low in temperature for babies
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Re: Temperatures

Postby Penguin » Thu Sep 29, 2016 7:17 pm

What do you mean? body temperature?

If you're worried about bub then call the 13health line or whatever it is in your state, or one of the home dr services. We're not qualified to give medical advice.
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Re: Temperatures

Postby Jenbt85 » Thu Sep 29, 2016 9:19 pm

Penguin wrote:What do you mean? body temperature?

If you're worried about bub then call the 13health line or whatever it is in your state, or one of the home dr services. We're not qualified to give medical advice.


As Penguin mentioned, we can't provide medical advice on the forum. A check over with a health professional is worth it if you're concerned :) Generally a normal temperature is 37; my thermometer usually takes a few goes to get a consistent reading so I do it on myself until I get the same reading three times then take my child's temperature until I get three consistent readings. Hope that helps and that your little one is ok :)
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Re: Temperatures

Postby Esther » Thu Sep 29, 2016 9:26 pm

Also depends where you're taking the temperature ie. armpit, forehead etc and what type of thermometer it is.

Hope your LO is ok.
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